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Grateful Dead Live at Springfield Civic Center Arena on 1977-04-23

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Source: Recorded by Steve Hopkins Master Audience Cassette; Sony ECM-99a > Sony TC-152sd with dolby b encoding According to Steve "we set up just about center ice, as i recall, perhaps a little to the right so we were more lined up with the right stack. if my memory serves me well, we taped the microphone to the top of a walking cane and hand-held that about 2 to 3 feet over our heads and above the crowd."